In an Expert Focus article for Waterbriefing, Brendan McAndrew, Principal Consultant and technical lead at MWH (now part of Stantec), discusses how water companies can ensure their services are resilient Read more
With less than a month to go to the UK AD & Biogas exhibition, anaerobic digestion specialists HUBER Technology are flagging up the importance of getting more out of AD Read more
The Dutch Waterboard Vallei & Veluwe has officially opened Europe’s first commercial nutrient recovery facility. Read more
Work has started to lay pipes needed to transfer drinking water from SW Water’s new £60 million Mayflower Works into Plymouth’s water distribution system. Read more
A radical change of approach to grit removal in wastewater treatment plants is being introduced to the UK for the first time. Read more
Scottish Water has awarded contracts with an estimated potential value of £360 million appointing the Tier 1 Delivery Partners for its Quality and Standards IV (Q&SIV) non-infrastructure capital investment programme for the regulatory period 2015 to 2021.
Affinity Water has extended the tender deadline for a cloud hosting services contract for a second time - already pushed out by by almost a month, the deadline has now been put back to 12th July.
Researchers need improved techniques to be able to understand why the climate is changing, and the part humans play in this process, according to Professor Peter Stott, who leads the Climate Monitoring and Attribution team at the Met Office and is also a Professor at University of Exeter.
The Environment Agency and Natural Resources Wales have published the Abstraction Licensing Strategy for the river Wye catchment setting out the licensing principles, information on water availability for further abstraction and how the organisations will manage existing abstraction licences in the catchment.
A newly negotiated recycling deal by waste company Viridor, sister company to South West Water, could be an interesting indicator of how Pennon Group, which owns both companies, might approach the sludge market which is set to be opened up to competition in the near future.
Scottish Water has completed a £1.4 million project to install a new main on the island of Iona, one of Scotland’s top tourist destinations.